Drawer pulls can draw a lot of attention to a large set of drawers, and if you want to paint them, you need to do it right. Painting does not have to be boring and we can turn it into a fun time while doing something. We will discuss the proper way you can paint your glass drawer pulls for the best results.
Before you do something you’ll regret with your glass drawer pulls, make sure the color you’re painting them matches the color of the drawers. Obviously, if it’s the same color as before or the same color as the drawers, you don’t have to worry. On the other hand, if you’re the type of person people make fun of because of your color choices (clothes, for example), you may want to get a second opinion. Doing so will help you be confident in your choice and make sure that you are choosing the best color.
When you decide to paint your glass drawer pulls, be sure to remove them from the drawers. If you try to paint them while they’re in the drawers, you could do something you’ll regret later. It only takes a few minutes to remove the knobs and pulls, but try to make sure that when you put them back, that’s where you took them from. Over time, handles can develop grooves in them that will wobble if you put them in a different spot.
Before you start painting your glass drawer pulls, now is your chance to clean them. Knobs and pulls don’t get cleaned very often and there may be some areas you won’t get to when you clean them while they’re still attached. Cleaning the handles can also help make the paint job go smoother, as cleaning will remove any debris, dirt or dust that will be covered by the paint. Painting over dust and dust can prevent the paint from applying evenly and therefore make the paint job look poor.
In short, painting your glass drawer pull hardware can be fun and can help you eliminate the cleanup at the same time. A new color of sweaters can add a bit of brightness to a dull room and make it lively again.